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crashed near monterey and blossom hill roads in south san jose. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. two passengers are being treated for nonlife threatening injuries. we'll bring you live reports in our 5:00 hour. >>> fire investigators working to find the cause of an apartment fire over the weekend that ended up killing a 10-year-old girl. the fire swept through the building on saturday. she was the only one sadly who did not make it out. last night her mother, friends and neighbors gathering to grieve outside of that apartment building. her mother says she can't help but feeling pains of guilt for what happened. >> i thought i got all of the kids out. didn't know she was the only one still upstairs. and now as a parent i feel bad i wasn't able to go back in to get her because they wouldn't let me back in. >> so sad. that fire left 22 people homeless. two firefighters did suffer minor injuries but they are expected to be okay. >>> we'll learn more today about the boat crash that killed one man and injured another in the bay this weekend. a speed boat collided with the
will the school do to accommodate their needs? i've got more on the story next a san jose state school has a problem. what to do with millions of dollars... overstressed? it may be harming your body more than you think. we'll tell you what you can do about it. hello and welcome to update news... im carla jimenez. and i'm ashley cunha... thanks for joining us. at the state of the union speech this week, president obama announced all u-s troops will be out of afghanistan by the end of next year. and with veterans coming back, kate loewen looks more at what san jose state has to offer. you may have seen flyers around campus about a petition for a central meeting place in the new student union for veterans. i learned more about their resources in comparision to other csu's. ">>>for san jose state student military veterans like jon paul, adjusting to civilian life is proving to be difficult. jon paulw when i went into the military, i thought i knew everything about the world. seeing combat, seeing the things that i've seen, and having my friends hurt the way they were totally changed my life ou
they are pushing for a strategy and now they are provide being guidelines for a possible move to san jose. reporter claudine wong joins us with this new development, claudine? >> reporter: well, palm we don't know -- pam, we don't know what the guidelines are but when you talk about how the oakland a's would facilitate a move to san jose that is a big deal when you talk about this long an ongoing battle. this battle has been going on for years but as the los angeles times reports, they don't guarantee a move but what they do is make a vote by club owners more of a possibility. if they voice concerns in these guidelines, they could let the club owners vote on the issue. in order for the a's to move to san jose, a couple of things have to happen. 75% of club owners would have to vote to approve the move to san jose. to be clear even if it was approved, owners could block the project by suing. but we spoke to them this morning and they think the a's will eventually go. >> i think it would be cool if we had a new stadium. >> do you think they have a good chance of getting one in oakland or a better cha
. >>> a foam fight in san jose. later today city leaders will vote on banning styrofoam food containers and local restaurants are rallying against the idea. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san jose this morning and elissa, restaurant owners say it could drive away business. >> reporter: that's right, michelle. because basically styrofoam is cheap. if restaurants have to find an alternative they will to have to pay more and will raise prices to offset the extra costs. the city council will vote today whether or not to ban styrofoam food containers. if they do, san jose would be the largest city in the country to do so. styrofoam is harmful to the environment, not biodegreatable and contributes to up to 15% of the city's litter and can cause harm to animals. but it's inexpensive at many restaurants often used for to- go boxes or hot coffee cups. restaurants would be forced to use alternative packaging. the san jose silicon valley chamber of conference and california restaurant association argue that the ban would hurt businesses here and instea
is expected some time in the next few months. >> google is hoping to have their own runway at the san jose airport to take off and land the corporate jet any time. there is a deal in the works to build a new facility on a parking lot on the west side of the airport. here is a rendition of what it would look like. mercury news reporting that the $82 million facility would be a private airport if google and other large corporate jets. the deal brings in a lot of money for the airport, more than $2.5 million a year u.n. in rent. >> the precipitation mike has been warning us about has been costly with a car rolled on the highway yesterday. >> i saw a car in 101 flipped on its side this morning. >> be safe. here is mike with the forecast. >> that gives you an idea what we are dealing with. live doppler 7 hd shows san mateo bridge, to wood side that is where we are seeing the better radar runs. sliding to this area, silver creek valley road, headed into the narrow parts of the santa clara valley coming out of san jose you can see on the alpine road, highway 35, summit road, that is where we are
in san jose. we have headlights headed northbound on 87, beyond the pavillion and it is light with in problems here and everything is moving at the little. and bart and muni on time but ace train number one has 18 to 20-minute delay start from stockton because of other freight train traffic and eastbound 580 in pleasanton we have reports of a big truck toolbox in the lanes so you could have slowing eastbound. westbound the commute direction has no problems so far. kristen and eric? >> next a bag of money is found at the bridge and what the people did who found the cash. a major expansion that makes going to school >> novato, oakland, sunnyvale, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> 5:12 on thursday morning. a vallejo couple is commended for honesty after turning in a bag of cash they found at vista point near the golden gate bridge on valentine's day, the couple found the black bag with $10,000 in $100 bills in an envelope and another $1,000 in a wallet. they decided to immediately take the money to san francisco police but it spoiled their valentine's day plans. police
with information. so far they say they have not made any arrests in the case. >>> in san jose, city leaders teamed up with law enforcement to try to prevent crime. the fifth annual crime and gang prevention center was held for employment training in downtown san jose. organizers say about 300 members of the community showed up and they credit the success to san jose's inclusive approach. >> we have been recognized nationwide for how engaged our community is. the task force has been recognized in san jose, we work with everyone, all the agencies, police, counties, district attorney's office, the schools. >> san jose has seen a spike in crime the past year or so. city leaders hope more community members take action by coming to events like this one to reverse that trend. >>> a leftis military group has claimed responsibility for the bombing yesterday outside the u.s. embassy. >> reporter: we are learning more about how this attack took place and the attacker himself. is he a well-known militant belonging to a leftist group, a group that hates the turkish government, u.s. influence over turkey, hates
was stabbed to death in san jose earlier today. this is video of the crime scene. from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c-7 news. paramedics performed c-p-r on the boy. but as kron four's philippe djegal reports. the victim was pronounced dead about 15 minutes after they arrived. >> reporter: the san jose police apartment is closing down the area of east julian street. this is near the san jose high school for most of the evening. as it investigates the fifth homicide. the crime scene has expanded because they do not know exactly where the teenage boy was stabbed. it is possible that he was stabbed at one location and ran where he was found. 300 block of 21st street. the san jose police department to not have and the suspects or have not released a motive. it is possibly gang related and not releasing whether or not the victim is a student at san jose high school. nonetheless, with a maze of tape or around the area collecting evidence. the corridor was also called on the scene to examine the body. right now, the victim's identity has not been released. the san jose police departme
's. the commissioner is releasing guidelines for them to possibly hoof to san jose. we are getting news on this. >> the guidelines could be a road map for future move for the a's but it could be a road full of potholes. the a's may not be ready to pack their bags yet but there is an indication they could be a step closer to a move to san jose. sources say baseball commissioner has provided the a's with tentative guidelines, a blue point for a potential move to the south bay. >> any activity from the commissioner's office is good, we been trying to get the commissioner to make a decision but it has taken a long-term so to there is any movement that is a good sign. >> the mayor is waiting for details about what the guidelines are, but it is no secret major league baseball has concerned about territorial rights to san francisco giants hold in the san jose area, still opposing the move. some bail fans say the san jose a's have a nice rain. >> oakland a's sound good but why not have them in san jose. >> but the team, some say, needs to stay where they are. >> it should stay in oakland. they have bee
is releasing guidelines for them to possibly hoof to san jose. we are getting news on this. >> the guidelines could be a road map for future move for the a's but it could be a road full of potholes. the a's may not be ready to pack their bags yet but there is an indication they could be a step closer to a move to san jose. sources say baseball commissioner has provided the a's with tentative guidelines, a blue point for a potential move to the south bay. >> any activity from the commissioner's office is good, we been trying to get the commissioner to make a decision but it has taken a long-term so to there is any movement that is a good sign. >> the mayor is waiting for details about what the guidelines are, but it is no secret major league baseball has concerned about territorial rights to san francisco giants hold in the san jose area, still opposing the move. some bail fans say the san jose a's have a nice rain. >> oakland a's sound good but why not have them in san jose. >> but the team, some say, needs to stay where they are. >> it should stay in oakland. they have been there for many ye
while living in his rv outside of his father's home in san jose. santa clara prosecutors say his family asked for a mental health check and the police found a rifle with ammunition that he brought with him when he moved from arizona to san jose. he had an unusual interest in weapons. military magazines and had mental health issues. sentenced to six years in jail but served more than six months. the people in that neighborhood were surprised by the news. >> shocking. to say the least. >> very, very -- next door, yes, very surprised. very surprised. >> reporter: an undercover agent in january this year he came up with a plan to build a car bomb at a storage unit to be detonated at this bank of america branch in oakland. the fbi says that his goal with the bombing of the bank was to create a government crack down triggering a counterresponse against the government leading to civil war. reporting in san jose, back to you. >> more details on his background. he ran a business called sand fire tactical llc out of this apartment complex in mess a arizona, outside of phoenix. the 28-year-old gr
news in the south bay. we have been following over the past hour. san jose police are investigating a shooting that left two people dead near a high school. news chopper 2 was over the scene and ktvu's maureen naylor is on the ground. she will have a live report coming up. >>> first, it is valentine's day and there is a bay area tradition that attracts huge crowds. ktvu's mike mibach is live tonight in san francisco where all the feathers are just about to start flying for the annual pillow fight. mike? >> reporter: the flectors will be flying any second -- flectors will be flying any second. hundreds of -- the feathers will be flying any second. hundreds of people for the pillow fight. as soon as they hear the clock the pillows will be going. a lot of these folks are on hot dates. and there we go. the great van der mars pillow fight under-- the great valentine's day pillow fight under way. some cases strangers hitting strangers. friends hitting other friends. just going at it. no organization. i have seen people wearing surgical masks, making sure the feathers don't get in. look at
store in los gatos. >> reporter: san jose police are investigating and he notified los gatos police because the town council is scheduled to continue the discussion about guns at a special meeting monday. >> i suggested that they delay monday's meeting. that would give the chief an opportunity and los gatos police department an opportunity to take whatever security measures that they want to. >> reporter: last month inside the vice mayor asked him to identify his two business partners but he refused citing safety concerns. >> we have two other owners. it's an officer on the los gatos police department and business mess in the los gatos community. >> who are those two for the record? >> can i cover to my counsel before we answer that question? >> reporter: the death threat validates the decision to try to prevent his partners but it will not scare him away from los gatos. >> this does not deter robert. robert is a -- he's not just a businessman. he's also a civil rights advocate. >> reporter: jean elle, nbc bay area news. >>> a parolee is on the loose after a child escape from a san
of san jose police on scene including sergeant gray conley who joins us live to explain to us what happened. we do understand that a woman was attempting to cross monterey road at bellevue avenue when she was struck and killed about 1:00 this morning. what information do you have to go on? >> we had a couple of witnesses that were out here that witnessed the collision. they said it was a dark colored vehicle, possibly a honda and it has severe front end damage. >> reporter: caused from the impact of hitting the woman? >> correct. >> reporter: so what else can you tell us? how do you come to an end to this investigation? >> the evidence that we collect up off the street, the statements that we gather and any kind of film footage that we'll get from any cameras on the street here will lead hopefully to a positive end to the investigation. >> reporter: no sign that the driver even attempted to stop? >> that i don't know. >> reporter: as for the woman who passed away? >> right now that's in the coroner's hands on identifying the lady that died. >> reporter: and in terms of traffic for
:30 this morning. why san jose police officers rushed to a downtown building. >>> man hunt continues for a expolice officer tied to a deadly rampage. >>> and good morning. we are live in san pablo where police are looking for very violent armed robbery suspects. we have the video to see who police are looking for. >>> we are tracking the very latest on flight delays and cancellations due to that big storm in the northeast. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday morning february 8th i'm pam cook. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve you have a lot of weather stuff to talk about. >> ours is winding down. just beginning back east. for us ours give it credit. they had two pieces of credit. the last one is moving toward the monterey and peninsula. it will be a cool day. mainly partly cloudy and breezy. here is sal. >>> 24 in lafayette westbound looks pretty good. the traffic between walnut creek and oakland is not too bad. also the morning commute on interstate 880 is looking good but remember the roads are wet. let's go back to the desk. >>> we
san jose police, santa clara police or the santa clara county sheriff's office. >>> expected in court today, the santa clara man accused of making death threats against state senator leland yee. yee says basham sent him an e-mail threatening to kill him if he did not stop his efforts against gun violence. chp officers say when they searched basham's home, they found dangerous materials used to make explosives. >>> we have new details this morning surrounding a deadly shooting and a car crash in las vegas that completely shuts down the busiest part of that famous strip. we're now learning the intersection featuring caesar's palace and the bellagio will be shut down for most of the day. there was a shootout between two vehicles. police say a maserati and a black suv were stopped at a red light when somebody started firing a gun. the two cars then sped through the red light. the maserati slammed into a taxi. the taxi burst into flames instantly killing a passenger and that driver. and that started a chain reaction. ended with five cars involved. police say the black suv involved in that
are asked to check the web state for updates. >>> san jose mayor chuck reid is set to deliver the state of the city address tonight. the speech is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. at the civic auditorium. the mayor's office says it will focus on crime prevention, pension reform happened the possibility of a sales tax hike. a new survey shows voters supporting tax increases to pay for services and higher salaries for people like police officer who agreed to pay cuts in recent years due to budget shortfalls. >>> this morning president obama attended the all national prayer breakfast in washington, d.c. the event featured a performance by italian singer bocelli. [ singing ] >> first lady michelle obama and vice-president joe biden joined the president at the event. during a lighter moment the president told the crowd he wished the good feelings at the gathering had a longer shelf life. >> but i do worry sometimes that as soon as we leave the prayer breakfast everything we have been talking about the whole time at the prayer breakfast seems to be forgotten. on the same day of the prayer breakfast. >
salary for a police officer in san francisco starts at out at almost 89-thousand dollars. in san jose. it is 72-thousand dolalrs. and in oakland the starting salary is about 69-thousand dollars. >> pam: jeff bush bus? >> yes, they are being tight-lipped. one thing that we know is that one thing was from shots fired. we are between muddy street. -- mcghee to california street. we have firefighters on the scene. in case something happens. not quite sure but what we are hearing was that there were shots fired earlier from a vehicle. police negotiators are trying to make contact. for now, that is all we know. pam to do, jeff. >> jacqueline: it was certainly, cooler with 40's. 40's in fairfield. temperatures are going to be quite the lead investigator in the case against olympian and double amputee - oscar pistorius. faces attempted an october 2011 shooting. in this separate case, detective hilton botha is scheduled to appear in court in may. on seven counts of attempted murder. he and two other police officers fired shots. while trying to stop suspects in a van. meantime, on wednesday, th
in cupertino, one in san jose, saratoga, and santa clara each. authorities say that this man goes up to the teller, hands over a note demanding money and then takes off with the cash. investigators believe he is about 35 years old and muscular. there is a $5,000 reward for his arrest. >>> the accused killer of a 13- year-old suisun city girl pled not guilty today to rape and murder charges. anthony lamar jones could face the death penalty if convicted. 13-year-old genelle conway allen's body was found dumped in a fairfield park earlier this month. she was laid to rest in benicia this afternoon. >>> meanwhile, investigators are calling off the search for the victims of the so-called "speed freak" killers after a six-week long investigation, the fbi couldn't find any human remains at the bottom of an abandoned well in linden in joaquin county. that's where convicted serial killer westly shermantine and loren herzog indicated they buried bodies during their killing spree in the '80s and '90s. >>> for the first time in two years, a majority of californ
is sunday and an extended dry period coming our way. here is 87 near the shark tank in san jose and talk about temperatures compared to average it will be cooler today from one degree cooler at napa at 61 and 60 in livermore and oakland, and 59 in san francisco and redwood city tops out at 60, and san jose should be the warmest at 65, only 61 degrees about four degrees cooler-than-average. now a look at what is going on, the low from usually this week, you can see how it snows yesterday, they had several inches down in tucson in the hills around tucson. very unusual. that is why we have golf there. the low is bringing the mountain know and valley rain to our east and it will continue sliding down the south and it will drag in a few more clouds in the afternoon but the storm track, the bulk of it, the jet stream is well to the north and east so we have the extended period of dry weather. we talk about san jose 61 and everyone else is around 60, and 63 at santa cruz and on the peninsula we have mid-to-upper 50's from millbrae and san mateo and mid-to-upper 50's along the coast to downtown
and congratulate them on the effort and an amazing season we are live at the san jose international airport. >> fans have to be proud of the 49ers. they will come here to greet their heroes this afternoon as they return to the bay area. we have footage of those south bay faithful yesterday watching the game, they were on the roller coaster of pew -- pure joy. the team is moving to santa clara with lifelong fateful and new fans. most went home quietly last night. just a few stopped to talk to us after the game's disappointing conclusion. >> it was a great game. we had a chance. unfortunately we could not do it. >> we could have done better but they showed what they can do. >> i have a feeling they are going to do good next year. they are going to the super bowl again. >> that hope for the next season is exactly why they are calling them the faithful, keeping the faith. for any faithful looking to welcome back the 49ers this afternoon, they are coming here to mineta san jose international airport at 2:15 the scheduled time on a delta charter if you want to welcome them back reporting them liv
. >> reporter: now that undercover fbi agent is with the south bay joint terrorism task force in san jose. he is charged with the attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. live in san jose, i'm arturo santiago, nbc bay area news. >>> now let's it turn your attention to new details on the man and his past linked to high-power weapons. we started digging as soon as the story broke. tony kovaleski joins us now with exclusive investigation on 0 his criminal background, his mental history and why, tony, he was able to get out of jail after serving only one year of a six-year sentence. i know you talked to a source with intimate knowledge of this man. >> reporter: jessica, we've learned a great deal through court records and a variety of sources. he served in the marines but not a full term. he was discharged for medical reasons. he spent some time with family about three years ago in arizona before returning to san jose, according to his former attorney. the legal troubles started shortly after his father had him placed on a mental health hold at valley medical center. >> he was a trouble d i
he was shot. >>> a san jose man who went into a coma after what could have been a deadly accident on the job is suing cal train he says for not providing a safe working environment. "today in the bay's" george kiriyama has the story. >> reporter: he had a fractured skull, broken back, broken ricks and a punctured lung. on his birthday the san jose railway worker woke up. >> it's amazinamazing. >> reporter: amazing? call it a miracle. salazar doesn't remember anything that day in november when a 39-foot-long almost 1,800 pound section of steel track smashed into his back and pinned him to the ground. he and his co-workers are fixing a damaged part of the rail north of the south san francisco cal train station when his fellow workers lost control lifting the steel track. >> the rest, what happened for a couple months, i didn't know anything until i wake up. >> reporter: salazar is suing cal train for not providing a safe work environment. in the lawsuit it says his fellow workers didn't use proper procedures or equipment when moving the steel track. >> that don't supposed to be happ
of a hiker who died after falling 150 feet down a cliff at alum rock park in san jose. fire investigators say the middle aged man went hiking on saturday, but a search team found his body yesterday afternoon. they had to wait until today, though, to remove it because of the rough terrain. rangers say he was in a dangerous area that was closed to the public and clearly marked for park visitors to stay out of. >> of course follow the signs on the trails. that's high the signs on the trails are there. if you don't, then this is what happens. >> now rangers say deadly accidents are rare and preventible if visitors do obey the signs. police are so far treating this as an accident. >>> as this holiday weekend comes to an end, a beautiful shot of the bay bridge tonight adorned with the decorative lights. as of right now, the bay area is dry. but things will be changing. let's bring in our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri who is tracking some of our much leed needed rain that is heading our way. jeff? >> it's been a real disparity. we did have the cold front pass through today. mainly dry here for mo
's family's home in san jose. stephanie? >> reporter: and jessica, the family's home behind me has been quiet all day and all night. and long-time neighbors saying they have actually rarely seen the family out here. now, we spoke with a former fbi agent with extensive undercover work history to get some insight from her. and our investigative unit dug deeper into llaneza's past revealing a man who may have been unstable for quite some time. undercover agent says his ability to gain his trust likely saved lives. >> it would have possibly killed somebody. >> reporter: court and police reports reveal a suicidal man and former marine who had been around guns since he was young. our investigative unit obtained this picture of an ak-47 assault rifle and three banana clips, each fully loaded with rounds. police discovered them in llaneza's rv parked in front of his san jose home in 2011 after his father called to report his son was hearing voices. llaneza had bought the weapons legally in arizona, but they're illegal here in california. a judge sentenced him to six years, but he served just on
and the music that entertain football fans on sports biggest stage. >> developing news from san jose this morning, police say gang violence could be to blame for the fourth homicide of the year. two people were shot last night at 9:00 near an elementary school. one was found dead at the seen. a second was hospitalized and is expected to live. police have not identified the gunman. >> san jose police are investigating a fire at a marijuana grow house that broke out at midnight at a house. no one was home at the time and firefighters broke down a garage door to put out the fire. inside the house they found up to 400 marijuana plants which police have seized as evidence. it is estimated that $47 worth of stolen power was used to grow the marijuana. >> there was a horrific bus crash in southern california with a death toll at 8 but expected to climb. it happened 80 miles east of los angeles. the driver had brake problems before the crash and 27 people were injured and the because was carrying a group from mexico. the road is still closed this morning. >> fairfield police are asking for t
. >> san jose city council will take a look at plans to revitalize the city's japan town. it's a project that's been years in the making and not without a few bumps in the road. "today in the bay's" bob redell live in san jose with what's involved with those new plans. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, laura. it all centers on this five to six acre parcel of land that's right here in the heart of japan town. a spot that the city has wanted to re-vitalize for some time. years ago when we were out there as archaeologist excavated artifacts from that era and then this became the city's corporation yard but for the past several years it's sat dormant. dead concrete patch as you can see in the middle of what is a usually vibrant community. today san jose city council will decide whether or not to approve the basic redevelopment plans for this site and to give permission for staff to continue talks with a developer. the developer is williams and dane development. they would like to build six buildings on here that would house 600 apartment units, retail space, green space fo
of that man who escaped from police custody in san jose. a source just told us that the escapee 32-year-old anthony sanchez was arrested last night. he slipped away on wednesday when an officer was arresting him for parole? violation. an arrest made over night. we will have more details coming up. >>> there is a heavy police activity at this hour in san jose. janine de la vega is live at the scene where officers are blocking off streets. janine what is going on? >> reporter: we just got here about five minutes ago. i'm here in downtown san jose at st. james' street near san pedro street. there is a heavy police presence. i can't tell how far down the street it's blocked off. i'm told by police this all resolved around this building. city heights. i believe it's a condo complex. what i do know is police tell me that a woman was apparently on the 11th story balcony and she fell. at this point they do not know if this was an accident, but she has died. and they are trying to figure out again if this was an accident, was she pushed? we know the coroner has been called. they are talking to w
live in fairfield christine smith, "today in the bay." >> a 63-year-old san jose man is under arrest in connection with the suspicious death of a man in hollister. he was inside the home when they were called out early tuesday. also inside the house a man's dead body. officers arrested him on suspicion of murder. police hadn't revealed information about the connection between the men. >> happening now, palo alto police looking for a man who tried to grab an 11-year-old girl as she rode past him on her bike. she was on emerson street monday when the man grabbed her arm. she was able to get home safely. >> all over the country schools are taking extra steps to ensure student safety in the wake of the massacre at sandy hook el menltry in connecticut. schools on the peninsula are about to take safety one step further. bob riddell live with what they will be doing. good morning. >> joint effort between redwood city school district and the police department to try to make campuses on the peninsula safer and better prepared in case an active shooter were to attack. police are now encouragin
they say. brutually attacked an elderly woman during a home invasion in san jose. her brother in- law speaks out for the first time about her condition. as san jose police release a sketch of one suspect who attacked the 75- year old woman. and only on kron 4. the victim's family member spoke exclusively to kron 4's reggie kumar. the elderly woman was punched repeatedly in the face and kicked in the ribs. she suffered a factured nose, two black eyes,and other injuries. to protect her identity we chose not to show her home. brian dehn is the woman's son in-law, he says he still can't believe one of the robbery suspects beat up a 75 year old grandmother. in san jose reggie kumar kron 4 news. >> new at 11. in san francisco -- police are now looking for a gunman, who they say, shot two women and pistol- whipped another, during an attempted robbery. it happened near san francisco state university early sunday morning. near garfield and byxbee streets. police say, a suspect pointed a gun at one of the victims, and demanded her purse. leading to a struggle. that's when the suspect struck the
. in each case the robber had a similar description. >>> san jose police are trying to figure out who stabbed a teenager to death a few blocks from san jose high school. it happened yesterday afternoon on north 21st street not far from downtown. the teen died at the scene. police say they have not made any arrests. >>> this morning we are hearing from that couple held hostage by suspected cop killer christopher dorner. >> it was scary. >> i really thought this could be the end. >> jim and karen reynolds entered what they thought was their vacant condo on tuesday and then they stumbled on the man they thought was dorner. during their 15-minute interaction he kept telling them he didn't plan to kill them and knew they had seen him on tv news. he tied their hands with plastic zip ties, gagged them and covered their heads. >> laid us down on the floor. put that hood on us. definitely worried. >> i felt like once he put the pillowcase over my head, i thought he may have changed his mind. >> after he left, karen did manage to get free and she called 911. hours later the firefight between po
after an electrical glast blast at a warehouse in san jose. fire crews called into around 9:00 this morning. three men working on an electrical worker when it suddenly exploded causing the fire. >> individuals working on connecting an electrical panel, the main power source and some kind of arc happened. both individuals were severely burned, they actually caught on fire and had to retreat for safety. >> both men suffered burns to more than 30% of their bodies and are listed in critical condition tonight. >>> new at 6:00, tragedy off the coast of monterey county. tonight two scuba divers are dead and investigators are working to figure out what went wrong. the man and woman, pulled from the water yesterday at point lobos reserve and rushed to the hospital, where they were pronounced dead. >>> mc hammer says his arrest this week was the result of racial profiling. a police officer arrested him on thursday at the hacienda crossing center. he was booked on charges, including resisting an officer. when a chubby elvis looking dude was tapping on my car window, i rolled down the w
've captured. we just got word that san jose police have arrested a man they describe as a career criminal. the operation by san jose's merge unit happened this morning at center and lewis roads. we got this video into the newsroom just within the past 45 minutes and showing the police activity. police identified the suspect as 30-year-old mitchell pope. they say he's wanted in at least two alleged shootings and perhaps more. he apparently kept changing his looks to evade place. >> we do believe this individual has gang ties. a very violent individual overall. it's not uncommon you will see one individual with this amount of violence on the city streets of san jose. >> police say he's in custody on attempted murder charges. >>> two women are recovering after a bizarre and violent home-invasion ra robbery in san jose this -- robbery in san jose this morning. the two women were in their home on mahoney drive when they heard someone breaking into their car just before 2:00 a.m. when they yelled for the suspect to stop, police say he chased them into the house and punched one of them. a male s
hangars has hit a snag. san jose city leaders will meet to talk about the project later this week and one of the companies whose bid was rejected is already objecting, claims it can create more revenue than the 3 million- dollar projected by the winning bidder. >>> time is 4:40. turn off the tube. how certain tv shows could make your child more aggressive. >>> and pain at the pump, will there be any relief for the rising gas prices. >>> and don't get between a dog and his owner. how this persistent pup broke into a florida courthouse. its owner. not even the law. take a look. this little pooch scratched the door floors at a miami . >>> nothing comes between the dog and its owner, not even the law. the pooch is scratching the doors, pacing the floors, at the miami courthouse trying to find his owner. he finally breaks through the entrance only minutes later to be escorted back outside. this canine doesn't go out without a fight. a reunited with man and man's best friend. >> very cute. >> wanted to find dad. >> i know it. >>> 4:43 let's get anothe
news. >>> this next one is a law that could impact nearly every restaurant in san jose. city leaders want to ban styrofoam takeout containers, the proposal going up for a vote next week. community groups are lending their support to this idea. arturo santiago joins us live. you just heard city council members and environmentalist groups speaking out on banning styrofoam takeout on restaurants. what are they saying? >> caller: this proposed ordinance that would ban styrofoam food packages took nearly two years. they feel they can finally get it done. environmental groups along with a san jose councilman gathered at the park to pry open a manhole cover in order to access a storm water capture device. this cylinder was installed last summer and has not been yet cleaned out. it filters out garbage from 68 acres of storm water runoff. the idea is to show the advanced amount of polystyrene that can pollute our storm water system. save our shore, california clean water action and save the bay are all speaking out in favor of thf proposed ordinance. they all agree that tough poll sis
news. >>> san jose police are still looking for the driver who hit and killed a woman overnight and now, they are releasing more details about the car. the deadly hit and run happened on monterey road at bellevue avenue around 1:00 this morning. police say the woman was crossing monterey when she was hit. witnesses say a dark color eed front end damage failed to stop and took off on southbound monterey highway. now, police tell us it could be a honda accord. they say at 1:00 a.m., it's hard to see details. >> at 1:00 in the morpg, it's hard to see anybody, even if they're dressed in bright clothing and following the speed limit, it's hard to see somebody and stop in time. >> police say so far, there's no indication drugs or alcohol played a role. as far woman killed, officials say she was in her late 40s. her identity has not yet been released. >>> after vanishing a month ago in peru, we now have what is believed to be the missing couple from the east bay. we found this clip on south american television. it shows surveillance video of garrett hand and jamie neil at a bus station in lima
road in south san jose. he was pronounced dead at the scene. before he crashed, it seems he tried to run over the officer who was in the middle of conducting a traffic stop near capital expressway and towers lane. the officer had to jump out of the way to avoid being hit by that suv. he got in his patrol car to go after the vehicle trying to get away an southbound 101. the suspect turned off vehicles on the stolen suv to try to escape. he eventually lost control and crashed. >> officers were able to make contact with two juvenile females who exited the vehicle. they also went down the ravine and contacted the suspect driver who was ejected out of the vehicle. they took him into custody. san jose fire was on scene almost immediately. they tended to the suspect. the suspect died from his injuries from the vehicle accident while in police custody. >> reporter: the two female passengers were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries and detectives from the san jose police department's traffic investigations unit are continuing with this ongoing investigation. live in sou
san jose is now coming down. the camp near guadalupe river north of columbus park there. "today in the bay's" arturo santiago is live in san jose with what the city is planning to do about it and when they're planning to do it. arturo, good morning. >> reporter: the situation out here has not improved in the last few weeks. the population of the tent city in fact has swelled to more than 100 people and the city of san jose now has plans to move the encampment out the first week in march. now the site is located along spring street between taylor and heading streets. it's in a large grassy field near the guadalupe river park. the tents are spread out and clustered around trees on the land. the tent city started to grow back in january after state lands along the guadalupe river were cleaned up by caltrans and that displaced the homeless camping in those areas. mayor chuck reed says the people are trespassing here and there are no sanitary facilities and city cannot have people living in unsanitary conditions. nonprofit organizations have come out to the site to reach out to the h
house fire in san jose. firefighters arrived there to put out those flames but quickly had to call police once they got inside. this one happened at a home on scottsville court. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live right now in the south bay with details on what firefighters and police ended up finding inside that home. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you jon. they found what appeared to have been a marijuana grow inside this two-story home here on scottsville court. it's not clear if that setup had anything to do with the cause of this fire. it's not clear how many plants were inside or whether or not it was legal. police have not said if this had been a legally licensed grow for medical purposes. the call went out around 11:45 last night. never went pas one alarm. you can get a sense of how extensive the damage was. the fire department had to break in through the garage. that's one reason why it's boarded up. no reports of anyone getting hurt. to give you a sense of the neighborhood where this happened, this is a residential street lined with single and double
clouds into san francisco and 42 degrees in san jose. by the afternoon, around the bay we'll find cooler temperatures. highs in the upper 50s in the south bay. and the east bay, much cooler than over the weekend. san francisco checking in at 55. a little breezy this afternoon. more clouds on the way. a chance of rain, too. more in a few minutes. >>> back out to san jose, breaking news overnight, developing news overnight. this was a scene of a fatal crash. they are in the process of picking up the lane closures and blossom hill road. it has remained shut down. within the last few minutes, the eastbound lanes of blossom hill have been reopened. the westbound lanes of blossom hill are closed. we'll let you know as soon as everything is back up and running as normal. they have been investigating that accident since about 11 last night. the main lines of the freeway are still moving at top speeds from 101, 280 the guadalupe parkway and taking crowds, here's a live look, it's president's day holiday so call caltrans -- caltrans taking a break this
. >>> we are live in san jose where streets will soon get brighter, we will tell you why some areas have been dark for years and why the change. >>> and the crash in san francisco bay, there are still questions that need to be answered, it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> well, good morning to you, welcome to a brand-new days february 19th. >> it was beautiful, we could sure use some rain, maybe tomorrow we will get something out of this system and tomorrow is that day in between and we need to see some increasing clouds and cooler temperatures, here is soul. >> good evening no major problems and also this morning we are looking at interstate 880 and that traffic is looking good, it is 5:00 let's go back to dave and pam. >>> we begin with a deadly chase in san jose, one person was killed while trying to escape from the police. alex savage has more. alex? >> the driver of that stolen suv was killed in this accident. san jose out at the scene tells me this was the end of a police pursuit and the drive is on the run, or the suv i should say, they just arrived to if i
this morning an investigation continues surrounding a san jose home suspected of growing marijuana illegally. the discovery made after firefighters were called to put out a small blaze. more details on what police know about this situation so far. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. we spoke with san jose police this morning. they tell us they stumbled upon what they consider to be an elaborate marijuana grow house inside this two-story home here on scottsville court. the estimated value roughly half a million dollars. this might have remained a secret from law enforcement if it wasn't for that fire last night. you can see the scorching on the side of the house by the electrical meter. that's very telling as to the cause. police believe faulty wiring used to grow the plants inside the garage started this fire around 11:45 last night. the fire department had to remove the garage door in order to make entry into the garage itself. it appears firefighters did make a quick knockdown as the fire never went beyond the first alarm. inside authorities seized 300 to 400 pot plan
viewers to help you get pants? >> no. >> reporter: from san jose's willow glen neighborhood, we were provided indisputable proof of hail. but come tomorrow morning if you're driving, don't be looking around for white mountain tops. watch out for something you really can't see, black ice. >> it has that name because it doesn't have the typical white frosty look. it just look likes a wet surface. so it's very misleading. as soon as you hit it, you lose a total loss of coefficient or friction, and it's incredibly hard to maintain your direction. >> reporter: officer says if you do hit black ice, don't panic. gently brake and no sudden steering. after you parked your car, the mountaintops should still be glistening. so take care on the road tomorrow morning. and tonight take care of your pets and your plants. we've got a cold one on the way. live in livermore, terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. >> thanks, terry. we've got some photos to share with you. viewers sent these from their neighborhoods today. this handful of hail is from south san jose. and look at this, it could be a postcard
in san jose. one person was killed after crashing a stolen car while trying to flee from police. alex savage is at the crash scene and you have new video of that crash scene, alex? >> yes, they have taken away that suv, it was a stolen suv, the 20-year-old driver was killed in this crash and he was on the run from san jose police late last night with two teenage passengers in the car and it all came to an end here. this is the high speed finish near blossom hill road when that suv went down into the ravine we just showed you. a tow truck pulled the damaged suv and the driver was thrown from the vehicle and two other passengers survived. this pursuit started near capital expressway near towers lane. the driver tried to rundown a san jose officer who was involved in an unrelated traffic stop on the side of the road. that officer jumped out of the way and the chase began. at many points he tried to hurt pursuing officers. >> he slammed on his breaks so hard to set off the airbag which is a technique suspects do and he hit other officers which we believe was intentional. >> it is unclear
jose city leaders say they have no interest in competing with san francisco to host the 2024 summer olympics. if either city decides to bid here's what it takes to win. first the budget of at least $3 billion. that's on top of the venue construction costs. other requirements a village for 16500 athletes, 45,000 hotel rooms and a workforce equal to half the population of oakland. >>> another high-profile sporting event facing money troubles in san francisco. taxpayers may need to float a loan because america's cup is now under water. fundraising efforts have fallen short of expectations. san francisco is another $30 million they need. it raised $14 million so far from private donors but it's having trouble getting more money. >>> new developments in the murder case against olympian oscar pistorius. a judge may decide today whether to allow him out on bail. he is charged with shooting his girlfriend and now we're learning, the lead detective in the investigation faces attempted murder charges in an unrelated shooting. also today, nike announced it
of the safer areas of vallejo. elissa harrington, kpix 5. >>> new this morning, san jose firefighters knocked down a house fire off mckendry street in the city's rose garden area this morning. the home was vacant. it took an hour to put it out. the residents near dana avenue. no injuries. investigators looking for the cause. >>> 6:03. it's been a while since we had to grab an umbrella but apparently we do today. >> and i a jacket. it's going to be cold. showers showing up around the bay area. our kpix 5 high-def doppler radar, picking up on scattered showers most of it in the north bay but you can see the line spreading further to the south. we have had reports of showers into santa rosa. you can speckled showers elsewhere with you but that's sliding south throughout the day today. if you haven't had rain hold on. it may be in your neighborhood soon. not a strong cold front but there is a lot of cold air with this system sliding by so we get on the back side. very cold temperatures in the bay area. 2500 feet snow level tonight and tomorrow. tod
in san jose where two men were shot in a drive by shooting. this is the second that has happened over night. we'll tell you what theys are say -- what neighbors are saying. >>> a chase and crash in san francisco brought the police chief to the scene. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning. welcome to a brand new day friday, tech 15th -- february 15th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. cold enough to snow? >> yes, next tuesday. until then. >> all right it's nice. >> really nice. yeah. we've been having nice weather wednesday and thursday. today will be the best of all. because it looks like temperatures really starting off on the mild side is hardly any fog. i can't find any. sonoma county airport says a little bit. 60s and low to mid 70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. this is a live look from highway 4. you can see traffic is busy but it's not stop and go. also this morning we are looking at the san mateo bridge. traffic looks good nearby. there is a crash on 880. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> the injury toll from the russian meteor strike is
temperatures in the upper 40sette to mid-50's. sue? >> back to san jose c.h.p. relocating the accident north 101 beyond 13th you can see by our traffic spotter, heavy traffic along 101 back, moving northbound through san jose. this is a free app. to navigate you go to apple app and google play. we have an ace train delay train one from pleasanton at 10-to-15 minutes behind and no other mass transit problems. the accident northbound 101 at vermont and san francisco is on the right shoulder. kristen and eric? >> a car dealer accused of swindling dozens from their expensive automobiles is waking up in jail, a story abc7 first broke in december. our reporter is live at the sunnyvale consignment dealership where it took place. amy? >> he was working in the lot, surrounded by expensive cars in sunnyvale and today he is headed to court. here is the mug shot. he was arrested yesterday and charged with six counts of grand theft. he was then to many customers as andy paul. some customers looked for their cars in early december and they showed up leader and found an empty lot. the ca
to san jose to check on reports of a double homicide that happened. the killings happened near a high school. the part of san jose east of 101, south of 280. at this point all the information we have is we are responding to reports of a double homicide in san jose near a high school. yesterday we reported on the killing of a 14-year-old in san jose. right now san jose reported 5 homicides this year. we are sending news chopper 2 to the area for a report of two more homicides. we will bring you the situation from above, our crews are working to get more information about what happened. >>> magistrate dismissed a lawsuit that is trying trying to lock the obama administration from taking over the property rented by the harborside health sister. they filed procedures in october against harborside landlord on the grounds of selling marijuana violated federal law. the city claims they operated within laws. the judge found oakland had no standing in the case. the trial could start in a few months. >>> the man accused of plotting to blow up a bank was in court today. matthew llaneza is charge
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